On This Day: March 4th II Quiz Stats

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Known as ‘The Windy City’, this American city is incorporated.
1837
Chicago
97%
Seattle
1.1%
Oklahoma City
1.1%
Dallas
0.4%
This cabinet-level department of the US federal government, which is responsible for occupational safety and wage and hour standards, is formed.
1913
Department of Labor
90.7%
Department of the Interior
2.7%
Department of Agriculture
1.4%
Department of Commerce
3.8%
In an interview in the 'London Evening Standard,' The Beatles' John Lennon declares that the band is ‘more popular than ______ now’.
1966
Jesus
87.9%
The Queen
8.4%
Winston Churchill
1.6%
Julius Caesar
0.5%
This nationalist leader wins a sweeping election victory to become Zimbabwe's first black prime minister.
1980
Robert Mugabe
82.1%
Jacob Zuma
7.1%
Yoweri Museveni
2.7%
Uhuru Kenyatta
6.3%
This popular American weekly magazine, which features celebrity and human-interest stories, is published for the first time.
1974
People
74.8%
GQ
5%
Rolling Stone
11%
Newsweek
7.5%
The International Criminal Court (ICC) issues an arrest warrant for ______ President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur.
2009
Sudanese
53.2%
Kenyan
3.7%
Somalian
29.7%
Ugandan
11.2%
______ is admitted to the United States as the 14th state, one of only four US states that were previously sovereign states.
1791
Vermont
40.4%
Maine
19.4%
Ohio
14.4%
Kentucky
25.8%

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